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  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails 20 Pack

    4.6

    (185 Reviews)

    …garden rocks and walls. Japanese Trapdoor Snails will tend to the bottom of the pond consuming any decaying matter such as leaves excess fish food and even fish waste. Black Japanese Trapdoor algae eating snails are live-bearing; they only breed a couple of times a year and will not take over your…
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    $2.79
  • Pond King Honey Hole Spawning Discs

    * Increase Fish Hatching by 300−400% * Increase Pre-hatch Survivorship * Will Not Rot Overtime Environmentally Friendly Honey Hole Spawning Discs provide a stable solid surface for fish to deposit their eggs on the top (bluegill bass and crappie eggs) and underside (fatheads and threadfin…
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    $105.00 - 525.00
  • Nycon Fish Spawning Incubator

    0.0

    (No Reviews)

    * Protect Fish Eggs & Small Fry * Polyester Net with Polyethylene Floating Ring * 18 Diameter x 18 Deep Increase Koi fish breeding with the Nycon Fish Spawning Incubator. Newly hatched fry can't swim and will need a protected area that's safe from natural predators. Constructed of fish-friendly…
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    $69.99
  • …by providing a stable solid surface for fish to lay their eggs. The 20 diameter discs are concave to allow fish to lay eggs on the top or underneath wherever they feel more comfortable. Natural Fish Habitats If you would prefer to create a more natural fish habitat in your pond the best options are…
    …we'll cover the basics of how to breed koi fish including when and how spawning happens and how to support it.Create Koi Spawning Areas The leaves stems and root systems of underwater plants give your pond fish safe places to spawn and lay their eggs. And when those tiny fry hatch the plants provide…
    …into adults. What Came First: The Egg or Frog Both bullfrogs and toads reproduce by laying eggs in the water. Female bullfrogs deposit their eggs on the pond surface in large round clusters or masses protected by aquatic plants. One bullfrog can lay up to 20000 eggs which are then fertilized by the…
    fish which are small fish that gobble the wigglers and tumblers. The American Mosquito Control Organization recommends adding predacious minnows or native fish to lakes and ponds for biological control of the insects. Remember that an effective mosquito control strategy includes preventing eggs from…
  • Pond King Honey Hole Trees

    5.0

    (6 Reviews)

    …Trees encourage growth rates of predator fish such as bass and crappie by providing an ideal hunting ground for feeding. Made of environmentally friendly polyethylene the fish attractor will provide up to 15000 square inches of surface area for algae and eggs to attach. Place in groups of 2 or 3 in…
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    $269.00 - 2089.00
  • Airmax MuckAway

    4.6

    (276 Reviews)

    …hydrogen sulfide that gets trapped in the muck causing a rotten egg smell. MuckAway precision release pellets are 100% safe and easy to use. Pellets can be broadcasted around docks along shorelines and beach areas where broken down vegetation fish waste or organic debris (pond muck) accumulates.
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    $89.99 - 349.99
  • …an abundance of organics from debris and fish waste. They spend their time attached to the container's solid surface and eat as food floats by. Midge flies lay their eggs in water preferring it to be still clear dark and safe from critters like fish and frogs that nosh on the larvae when they…
    …nesters meaning they lay their eggs in crevices hollows or debris to protect them from swift currents. In your pond or lake catfish won't reproduce if they lack an adequate spawning structure. We suggest adding Porcupine Fish Attractors to help improve fishing conditions and provide an attractive…
    …with fish make sure to take note of any wild fish that may already be in the pond. Fish can be introduced into new ponds in quite a few ways. Eggs or fry can be carried in by waterfowl while other animals sneak in clinging to aquatic plants you add to your pond. Sometimes flooding can wash fish from…
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